Whether its patience, time management, ability to handle conflict, decision-making or adapting to change, we all have our ‘blind spots.’ On this episode of the Workplace Communication Podcast, we’re talking with Corry Robertson, Professional Certified Coach, who talks about how knowing your blind spots improves leadership.
How we perceive ourselves is not always how others see us and sometimes we don’t realize our behaviours until another person points it out. By understanding our blind spots. we learn about ourselves and how we relate to others.
Leadership tips you won’t want to miss:
- The silver lining of pain.
- Leveraging your strengths.
- The pitfalls of overusing our strengths.
- Coaching isn’t about changing people.
- Working with your opposite self.
Corry Robertson is a Professional Certified Coach and an expert on organizational culture, engagement and retention in the tech industry, with a client list that includes Fortune 100 companies.
Corry helps technical leaders understand people management in an ‘engineering culture’. Over her 20+ year career, Corry has helped hundreds of organizations develop high-calibre leaders and expand rapidly without diluting the culture.
Corry is the Founder and CEO of The Coaching Academy for Leaders, offering ICF accredited programs. The Academy’s unique proprietary method blends coaching competencies and leadership theory in a revolutionary way to help individuals and teams achieve high-level results.
If you’re looking to overcome some of your own blind spots to improve as a leader, then this episode is for you!
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Personality Assessment: https://corryrobertson.com/personality-assessment/
Leadership Coaching: https://corryrobertson.com/leadership-coaching-for-organizations/
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